Crystal white – which is a medium shade of white – works brilliantly with natural materials as illustrated here alongside the Old Oak units. The high gloss complements the natural oak and creates an interesting mix of modern and traditional. The kitchen features Crystal white grip rails to match the doors and the units are shown raised from the floor (the “floating kitchen style) which gives the kitchen a unique, sleek minimalistic look. This does require strong walls to support it however this style is optional and the kitchen can also be fitted in the more usual method to the floor with plinths.
Available in these colours...
For more information on colours and finishes see our door colours page.
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Ceramic graphite combined with natural walnut breakfast bar and matching tall units. The Ceramic door works well in tandem with natural wood but equally effective and dramatic by itself. Ceramic is made from various natural materials, such as clay, quartz and kaolin which are sintered at high temperatures to produce highly compacted, homogenous surfaces. High… Read more »See more..
A lovely, fresh yet neutral colour, sand grey is ideal for those looking to inject some warmth into their kitchen. The front and edges of the units feature sand grey coloured lacquer and are then finished off with an additional coating of transparent lacquer. This contemporary colour is also available in laminate, laminate high gloss, satin lacquer and high gloss lacquer finishes.See more..
Crystal grey is a popular, contemporary alternative to white and looks stunning in a high gloss finish. The fronts and edges are highly polished and the edges are all rounded. The back of the doors is melamine resin-coated with a matt lacquer finish. The doors are 20mm thick. Crystal grey is also available in satin lacquer, laminate, laminate high gloss, glass matt and glass gloss finishes.See more..